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6/6 Mark Radcliffe on the comedian known for his acting talents and his passion for astronomy.
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2/6 Defying his canny manservant, radical squire Fenton sets out to reform beetroots.
3/4 Agent Beatrice is Dr Heaven's girl of his dreams, but will she stick around long enough?
2/4 Mark asks why it is so hard to get to the bottom of what makes people look and feel good.
After years of trying, Wendy is pregnant, but Robin thinks he is too young for fatherhood.
Jocelyn Jee Esien returns for a second series of sketches. Featuring Paul Whitehouse.
Will a star be born? The crew audition for a talent contest aboard HMS Troutbridge.
The lad announces that he is rejecting society to go and live a truly rural life.
2/6 Dave Gorman asks Richard Madeley to select the public's best loopy idea.
4/6 The grandsons of Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson help an MP who claims he's being followed.
4/4 Simon looks at commodities markets in oil. Why is this trade different to others? (R)
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Jocelyn talks about dating, and Kingston's takeaway caters for a vegan customer.
1/4 The hungry comedy team go for an English. Gold Winner of the Sony Radio Academy Awards.
Lizzie Roper chats to Dave Johns.
6/6 Tim Key takes a comic look at the concept of horror, through the medium of poetry. (R)
4/6 Comedian Elis James compares figures in Welsh history to determine Wales' ultimate heroes.
1/4 The funny but factually-accurate look at the science of space looks at how to get to Mars. (R)
2/4 Paul Sinha rewrites the UK Citizenship Test to reflect his ideas about Britishness.